6th (62 Pts)
5th (67 Pts)
Enough of the doom and gloom! Ahead of this weekend’s British GP, here are a few reminders why F1 is, despite what you may have heard elsewhere, still in pole position…
Williams' Felipe Massa doesn’t believe that simply making cars faster from 2017 will cure all of F1’s current ailments.
Felipe Massa was delighted to finish third in Austria but admitted the chance came after a slow stop for Sebastian Vettel
Valtteri Bottas has high hopes that Williams can still challenge for the top three on the grid in Austria despite their low-key Friday.
Valtteri Bottas is optimistic Williams can be “really close” to Ferrari at the Austrian GP if their upgrades work as expected.
F1 team Williams' "design genius" Patrick Head has been awarded a knighthood for his services to motorsport.
Valtteri Bottas reckons he can take the fight to Kimi Raikkonen in Montreal after qualifying fourth behind fellow Finn.
Max Verstappen tells Felipe Massa to look at his own crash in Canada last year after Brazilian criticises teenager's Monaco driving.
Williams’ chief technical officer Pat Symonds says the team are not in a position to win races this season.
Pat Symond’s isn’t surprised Valtteri Bottas is attracting the interest of other teams, but hopes he will stay at Williams.
Williams’ Felipe Massa has welcomed the proposed return of refuelling to F1 in 2017 as he believes it will improve the racing.
Valtteri Bottas has admitted he was surprised by Williams’ performance relative to Ferrari in Spain given their limited upgrades.
Susie Wolff says she was disappointed but not bitter about being overlooked by Williams to fill their reserve driver role.
Williams' Valtteri Bottas has denied signing a deal with Ferrari for 2016 - but revealed he's a free agent for next season.
Susie Wolff will return to action in practice at the Spanish GP as the Scot continues her quest to drive in a grand prix
Legendary F1 team owner Sir Frank Williams has "no plans to retire", according to his daughter and deputy Claire.
Williams have reported a loss of £34.3m for 2014, but expect next year's results to be "materially more favourable".
Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa believe upgrades for the start of the European season will only help Williams cure their tyre issues.
Claire Williams has revealed Ferrari rumoured winter spending spree dwarfed the Grove outfit’s entire annual budget.
We spoke to the team's chief technical officer Pat Symonds in Bahrain about their start to the season.
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